Affordable subscriptions of super soft diapers with no harmful chemicals made by parents, for parents.
The Denver Colorado based diaper company Abby & Finn's claim to fame is their dedication to improving the lives of the families they touch by donating diapers to families in need and by picking ingredients that don't harm your little one. We love that they are vegan and cruelty free, they are transparent about ingredients, they have certifications holding them accountable to Mother Earth and they make charitable donations. We have found however, there is room for improvement in the human rights category and we did not see any report of their donations, which is one of their main value propositions. They are a performance allstar with parents, but how does this brand stack up against The Conscious Score? See why they got a B Rating Below.
The ingredient list is transparent and clear but we do not see any verbiage about certifying the diapers from volatile organic compounds, parabens or bisphenol A (BPA). While they do demonstrate some leadership in selecting what goes into their diaper, these ingredients are far too harmful to our little ones to not be mentioned. We have given Abby & Finn a C for the Ingredient Pillar of The Conscious Score.
Abby & Finn have the ISO 14001:1500 certification which holds them accountable to Mother Earth. They do not however clearly articulate precisely what their contributions are and they use ingredients in their diaper that are made from crude oil. Abby & Finn receive a B+ for the Environmental Pillar of The Conscious Score.
• They produce diapers that are made with PEFC (Pan European Forestry Council) certified wood pulp.
• Their manufacturer has 91% of their emissions coming from electricity consumption in their plants. Additionally, 86% of their production waste is recycled or incinerated with energy recuperation at group level.
• Manufacturing facility is ISO 14001 certified, which guarantees a set of criteria for an effective environmental management system.
• Diapers are packaged in larged bundles to reduce plastic wrapping.
Abby & Finn discloses almost no relevant information about their human rights policies or procedures. They have a goal of donating 1,000,000 diapers this year, but have not disclosed any progress so far. They receive an F for the Human Rights Pillar of The Conscious Score.
We evaluate performance of the baby diapers based on real parent feedback and 3rd party lab tests. We consider things like absorbency, durability, leak protection and comfort.
Abby & Finn's Eco-Diapers scored an average 4.5 out of 5 from about 1600 parents' feedback. Parents state that they found the diapers to run small so if you have a larger child we suggest sizing up! There is no wetness indicator which is a problem for some parents, but also helps you avoid toxins at the same time. The positive parent feedback is that the diaper is hypoallergenic, almost no feedback of rashes reported, and parents love the patterns on the diapers. They have consistently good absorbency, a comfortable fit, are very soft, and have no fragrances. They receive a B+ for The Performance Pillar of The Conscious Score.